About Reverse Osmosis Pool Recycling
Pool Water Recycling saves water by recycling swimming pool water instead of draining it. Don't Waste Thousands of Gallons of Pool Water - Recycle & Restore with our mobile reverse osmosis system.
We will re-utilize 85% of your pool's water. An additional benefit, reverse osmosis keeps your pool's hydro static pressure and prevents cracking from occurring in its structure. Imagine the weight of 20,000 or 40,000 gallons of water pushing the pool's walls against the ground, and then suddenly emptying it and releasing all the pressure of the soil against the walls.
With reverse osmosis, water in a typical size pool is completely renewed between 12 and 24 hours.
- Test the Water - Your pool water is tested for Calcium Hardness, TDS, PH, Chlorine, Alkalinity, Phosphates, Cyanuric Acid, and Salinity. The results (before and after) are logged on a Chemical Analysis Sheet, which you will be given a copy of after the process is complete.
- Set Up - Hoses will run from the trailer to the pool for suction and return. On the end of the suction hose, Virginia Graeme Baker (VGBA) compliant fittings are used for your safety so the pool can be used while the water is being processed. Two garden hoses are used as well. One hose supplies water to replenish the small amount of the water lost in the filtering process (approx. 15%). This hose goes from your house to the trailer where it is processed before returning to your pool. The second hose is for waste, to get rid of those unwanted solids. This hose goes from the trailer to your sewer line.
- Start Up - Calculations are made based on your TDS and Calcium Hardness to determine the set points and run time. Our water processing units are self-contained. We will bring our own power and supplies, and in return will leave you with water that is far superior to a drain and refill.
- Monitoring and Processing - The computer in the unit is linked to the technician's cell phone, notifying them of any interruptions, when the set points are met, and the process is complete.
- Filtering - The water in your pool is processed through our proprietary multi-stage filtration system, removing all of the impurities and Total Dissolved Solids. The process takes approximately 10 hours per 20,000 gallons.
- Completing the Process - Once the set points are met and all of the water in your pool has been restored to better than bottled water purity, the process is complete! Our technician will return to retest the pool water and pick up the unit.
Frequently Asked Questions
Serving Maricopa County
Sun City West
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Schedule an appointment with our team. We will inspect your pool and property and give you an estimate.